English, German, Japanese
Humboldt University Berlin
University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Law and Politics (LL.M.)
Legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin including clerkships with the law firm Taylor Wessing and the German Chamber of Commerce an Industry Japan
Nobuchika is advising and representing clients in German and European (particularly UPC) litigation in all aspects of IP law with a focus on patent and utility model law.
He advises on a wide range of IP-related contracts such as license and R&D agreements and is versed in competition and antitrust law.
He makes use of his experiences in the corporate field to achieve the best business-oriented solutions for clients. With his professional experiences both in Germany and in Japan, Nobuchika is a valued contact for disputes in the German-Japanese context.
Enforcement of Patent Rights in Germany
Adjunct Professor, IP law in Europe
Trends in Patent Enforcement in Germany
regular articles in Japanese law journal Tokkyo News, most recently re UPC (2/2022, 1/2021), reform of the Patent Act (9/2021), DoE (6/2021
Infringement of Process Patents based upon Cross-Border Acts under German law
Jetro, Intellectual Property News, Online Magazine, 9/2021
Legal Issues in the Connected Car Litigation in Europe
article in Japanese law journal Business Houmu, 6/2021